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Bivo Organic Muesli for Free Range Poultryhas been specifically developed for use after diagnosis and under supervision of a veterinarian. Before you can purchase this product, please confirm the following:
- Your pet has been examined by a veterinarian, who has recommend this product after diagnosis.
- You understand and agree that you should seek the advice of your veterinarian regarding the use of this product at least every 6 months.
- You understand and agree that if your pet's condition should deteriorate in any way, you should immediately seek the advice of your veterinarian.
Bivo Organic Muesli for Free Range Poultry
If you want to give your chickens and/or ornamental fowl an organic animal food, you can choose Bivo Organic Muesli for Free Range Poultry. This food is composed of organic ingredients and contains mixed grain and chicken food. This food is suitable for chickens, bantams and ornamental fowl. Bivo Organic Muesli for Free Range Poultry is Skal certified.
Bivo makes its animal food with as many organic raw materials as possible. This means that no chemical fertilisers or pesticides are used in the cultivation of the ingredients. Various animal foods are available from Bivo, you can find them here.
5 or 15 kg
organic laying pellet. organic corn. bio wheat. organic soybean husk .. chalk. organic peas. bio oils / fats. organic sunflower seed husk go. fx laying hens. monoCaFos. betaine. salt. sodium bicarbonate]. bio wheat. organic barley. organic corn. chicken grit. Stomach gravel, coarse. bio lucerne granules. bio sunflower seeds. bio lucerne stems.
Analytical constituents per kg
Starch 432.43 gr. Moisture 108.20 gr. Crude fat 44.41 gr. Crude protein 127.35 gr. Crude Fiber 37.12 gr. Raw Ash 96.95 gr. Phosphorus 3.97 gr. Convertible Energy 1,273.32. Dry matter 891.81 gr. Copper 6.99 mg. Calcium 27.81 gr.
Additives per kg:
Nutritional additives: Vitamin A (E672) 3,600.45 IE. Vitamin E () 11.25 mg. Vitamin D3 (E671) 1125 IE.
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Use this to scatter about and give the girls something to forage for - they seem very happy with it and looks a bit more interesting and varied than just corn. The wild birds seem to like it also